It's te wiki o te reo Māori, and to celebrate this awesome initiative, we've given our logo a little update.
'Haporitanga' means 'the many principles and actions of being a community' and we think it's a great way to express what Neighbourly is.
Are you keen to dive straight into te wiki? Here's a video by our mates at Stuff showing five te reo words that every person from across the motu (country) needs to know.
For more coverage on Māori language week, click the 'See more' button below.
Kia ora neighbours, With Covid-19 daily cases in Auckland forecast to double, police won't say whether boundary controls have tightened since rural locals reported higher volumes of traffic on cross-boundary back roads. Read the story below:
While some Kiwis are enjoying home grown vegies, many are going without vegetables altogether.
This National Gardening Week we’re encouraging gardeners to grow-an-extra-row to share with neighbours, community pantries, food banks and other local food donation agencies.
To help get your extra row underway Yates is lending a helping hand.
Just register online HERE between 1st and 25th October to receive a FREE packet of Yates Vegie Seeds.
Once you’ve grown your vegies to share (or if you have spare now) please visit HERE to find a list of the organisations that would welcome your donation of fresh homegrown vegies.
Just like times change, so should your will – so it’s important to keep it up to date.
You’ve built a life around the things and people that matter most. An up-to-date will is the best way to protect your legacy and share it with the people you love.
If you last made a will back in the days of cassette tapes and telethons, it may be time for an update.